Whether your kids are 5 or 15 and whether they earn money from chores or not, these chore charts are the perfect idea to keep them on track and have a visual for both of you as to what has been done or not!
Plus, they’re super cute, all of them! I sometimes wonder if I put all of the stuff I do onto a magnetic board, if it would be more fun to complete it that way? Doubt it, but it was worth a though!
Here are Chore Charts to start getting the kids (and you organized!)
Let’s start with an Age Appropriate Chore Chart from Living Well, Spending Less.
This should help you pick some chores that are appropriate for each kid, and make sure you’re starting off on the right foot! You can print your own copy of this chart on their site.
Printable Empty Chore Chart // Freebie Finding Mom
Visual Chore Chart // The Gilded Pear
Printable Empty Chore Chart // Today’s Mama
Let’s Get This Done Chart// Hello Cuteness
Simple Chore Chart // A Girl Named PJ
Editable Chore Chart // Everyday Cheer
Little Kid Chore Charts // Over The Big Moon
Work For Hire // The Chic Site
Weekly and Daily Chore Chart // Thirty Handmade Days
Post It Note Chore Chart // TaterTots and Jello
Do your kids do chores for money or just because they’re part of the family? Do you have a fabulous chart you use? Add a link to it below and I’ll add it to the list!
Chore Charts are a great visual for kids and parents of what has been completed and what still needs to be done!
Melanie works full time at Tuft & Needle and blogs part time evenings and weekends when her daughter is working on the cars with her dad!